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Red Hot Research

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4:00 p.m. Friday, Feb. 13

The Commons at Spooner Hall

Join us again this afternoon for Red Hot Research, featuring:

Daniel Coburn (Design): Broken Family Album

Magalí Rabasa (Spanish & Portuguese): Copyright/Copyleft

Erik Perrins (Electrical engineering & computer science): Next-generation Wireless Communications

John Kelly (Ecology & evolutionary biology): Variation, Genetics, Environment

Jane Barnette (Theatre): Staging “Blaze, Blood, and Danger”

Jon Lamb (English) will emcee.

Red Hot Research is a series of research sharing sessions that aims to introduce KU researchers to the work of their colleagues, stimulating multidisciplinary inquiry and the formation of new collaborative research teams. The format of Red Hot Research sessions is inspired by Pecha Kucha.

Red Hot Research: The Life of an Idea

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4:00 p.m. Friday, Feb. 6

The Commons at Spooner Hall

Join us this afternoon for a special edition of Red Hot Research inspired by conceptual artist Sol LeWitt, whose Wall Drawing 519 is on view at the Spencer Museum of Art. Each speaker will consider the evolution of an idea in his or her work, from inception to articulation and interpretation.

Featuring:

May Tveit (Design): From Retail Therapy to Product Placement

Val Stella (Pharmaceutical chemistry): Inventing

Mike Katusch (Law): Digital Privacy Rights

Molly Zahn (Religious studies): The Idea of Sacred Text

Perry Alexander (Electrical engineering & computer science): Slinging Symbols

James P.G. Sterbenz (Electrical engineering & computer science) will emcee.

Red Hot Research is a series of research sharing sessions that aims to introduce KU researchers to the work of their colleagues, stimulating multidisciplinary inquiry and the formation of new collaborative research teams. The format of Red Hot Research sessions is inspired by Pecha Kucha.

Red Hot Research

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4:00 p.m. Friday, Jan. 30

The Commons at Spooner Hall

Back for the spring semester, with the first event hosted by the Spencer Museum’s own Casey Mesick, curator of global indigenous art!

Here’s the lineup:

Don Haider-Markel (Political Science): Politics of Obesity

Rachel Vaughn (Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies): Dirt & Cleanliness

Jarron Saint Onge (Sociology): Health Behavior Patterns

Thomas Prisinzano (Medicinal Chemistry): Drug Abuse Medications

Joshua Rosenbloom (Economics): R&D Funding and Knowledge Production

Red Hot Research is a series of research sharing sessions that aims to introduce KU researchers to the work of their colleagues, stimulating multidisciplinary inquiry and the formation of new collaborative research teams. The format of Red Hot Research sessions is inspired by Pecha Kucha.

Red Hot Research

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4:00 p.m. Friday, Dec. 5

The Commons at Spooner Hall

ARC’s very own Steven Duval will be presenting this week on the Performing History project–don’t miss it!

Here’s the complete lineup:

Alexander C. Diener (Geography): Mongolia’s Transport Revolution

Alfred Ho (Public Affairs & Administration): Citizen satisfaction, government performance, and media

Lou Mulligan (Law): Federal Court Authority

Steven Duval (Spencer Museum of Art): Performing Identity/Performing History

Rich Glor (Ecology & Evolutionary Biology/Biodiversity Institute): Evolution

Red Hot Research is a series of research sharing sessions that aims to introduce KU researchers to the work of their colleagues, stimulating multidisciplinary inquiry and the formation of new collaborative research teams.  The format of Red Hot Research sessions is inspired by Pecha Kucha.

Red Hot Research

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4:00 p.m. Friday, Nov. 14

The Commons at Spooner Hall

Don’t miss the latest edition of Red Hot Research!

This week’s featured presenters:

Byron Caminero-Santangelo (English/Environmental Studies)

Mariana Candido (History)

Virginia Harper Ho (Law)

Cathy Preston (Film & Media Studies)

Pam Fine (Journalism)

Red Hot Research is a series of research sharing sessions that aims to introduce KU researchers to the work of their colleagues, stimulating multidisciplinary inquiry and the formation of new collaborative research teams.  The format of Red Hot Research sessions is inspired by Pecha Kucha.

Red Hot Research

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4:00 p.m. Friday, Oct. 17

The Commons at Spooner Hall

Special sustainability edition! (co-sponsored by the KU Center for Sustainability)

This week’s featured presenters:

Belinda Sturm (Civil, Environmental, and Architectural Engineering)

Deb Adams (Social Welfare)

Bradley Lane (Public Affairs & Administration)

Jane Zhao (Business)

Paul Stock (Sociology)

Red Hot Research is a series of research sharing sessions that aims to introduce KU researchers to the work of their colleagues, stimulating multidisciplinary inquiry and the formation of new collaborative research teams.  The format of Red Hot Research sessions is inspired by Pecha Kucha.